shoulder injury specialist

Dec 03, 2010

Full Shoulder Examination – Featured Video of the Week

In order to diagnose any shoulder injury, it is important that your surgeon conducts a full in-depth study of the entire affected area in order…

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arthrofibrosis

Dec 01, 2010

What Is Arthrofibrosis and How Do You Treat It?

Arthrofibrosis (‘Arthro’ = joint, ‘fibrosis’ = scarring) is a soft tissue ankle condition characterised by the build-up of scar tissue in the joint, causing restricted…

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tom croft injury

Nov 29, 2010

Tom Croft Injury: Simon Moyes Gives His Verdict

Leading orthopaedic surgeon Simon Moyes gives his view on England flanker Tom Croft’s fractured shoulder injury. England flanker Tom Croft suffered a fractured right shoulder…

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footballers ankle

Nov 08, 2010

What is Footballer’s Ankle?

Leading orthopaedic surgeon Simon Moyes gives the lowdown on Anterior Impingement aka Footballer’s Ankle after a week of footballer injuries. Last week, there were a number of ankle injuries…

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rooney injury

Nov 01, 2010

Rooney Injury: Simon Moyes Gives His Verdict

Leading orthopaedic surgeon Simon Moyes gives his view on Manchester United star Wayne Rooney’s injury. Wayne Rooney is to miss a further five weeks of play at Manchester United due…

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shoulder disease

Oct 23, 2010

New Advances in Treatment of Shoulder Disease

Mr Simon Moyes gave a talk on impingement syndrome last week at the HCA masterclass series at the Wellington Hospital, London. Also present at the…

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orthopaedic surgeon

Oct 22, 2010

Simon Moyes Launches Online Library of Study Resources

I am pleased to announce that a large number of free resources for healthcare professionals studying arthroscopic surgery. The comprehensive list of resources includes video…

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The Capital Orthopaedics team is made up of highly experienced medical professionals – from Mr Simon Moyes, the renowned orthopaedic consultant surgeon, to physicians, nurses, anaesthetists and physiotherapists.
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